Ghost Whisperer S Jacket - Women's by Mountain Hardwear
Following in the footsteps of Mountain Hardwear's ultralight jacket that you know and love, the Ghost Whisperer S Jacket brings the featherlite warmth back with a unique silhouette. The S retains its competitive edge on the warmth-to-weight ratio scale with 800-fill down insulation and a savvy 10D x 10D ripstop shell, keeping its additional weight to your pack at a mere 7 ounces. And when it's not packed down oh-so-small into its own pocket, it makes a most convenient layer between you and the freezing weather at the resort, or during an early-morning belay, or on windswept ridge trails. Nikwax-treated down won't lose its valuable loft if it gets wet in that waist-deep pow, and the Whisperer face fabric defends the sharp wind that's hanging out at the crag. Mountain Hardwear gave the S a stylishly offset zipper that looks good when you're in town post-adventure, but more importantly it's layer friendly--no more zipper-on-zipper discomfort or avenue for chill weather between those layered teeth. The jacket is also equipped with a tall collar for added protection against windy days, with elastic cuffs and a drawstring hem to lock in all your warmth while you play away the winter days.
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